Tim and Noah Hussin
United States, 2015, 96 min.
Includes adult language.
Two brothers ride recycled bicycles through the American South over two years, seeking radical locality amid rampant globalization. As they learn to survive on the road, several modern homesteading communities take them in, guiding them toward the west coast and turning their idea of the American Dream on its head.
The directorial debut by the Hussin Brothers follows their cross-country bicycle trip through the American South as they search for novel interpretations of the American Dream. Using a mobile production studio and virtually no budget, they created this award-winning documentary that is now touring festivals around the world.
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